Pretty Solid Car
I don't own the car (yet) but I've test driven it a half dozen times. The ride on the 18" wheels is plush - what you would expect from Buick (and what we used to expect from Cadillac). The handling is decent, the design is clean and modern - but this is subjective. The quality of materials is ok, nothing to write home about, but above Nissan / Honda similar sedans. The seats are kind of cheap looking, even with the weather, and somewhat soggy in my opinion. I had no issue seeing over the dashboard as one of the other reviewers. The cabin is quiet, not a vault, but quieter than its comps. Beware the 20" wheels though. The ride is very "sporty" as the Germans would say; IMHO it's too rough. The sophisticated suspension does not make up for the larger wheel size. You will hear and feel the road a lot more than the 18" wheels version. If you want a cushy car, get that version, otherwise you can find better sporty cars out there. Overall I am pleased with this car. The only car that comes close (to the Preferred - top Lacrosse version) is the Genesis G80, which has a nicer interior but seems heavy and not as nimble as the Lacrosse. The Lacrosse is also more advanced in technology - better V6, most modern start/stop out there, etc. I am planning on buying one of these two in the near future. These two cars are great for anyone looking for a quiet, comfortable ride. Good job Buick.
I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: YES